Ted Lasso season 2, the heartwarming soccer comedy that streams on Apple TV Plus, is less than a month from release. The next season of the sports-themed TV show will be with us in late July, which means we don’t have long to wait for more of Ted’s signature charm, wit, and biscuits.
That means there’ll be even more comedy capers for Ted and AFC Richmond in the future. If you want the lowdown on everything worth knowing about Ted Lasso season
Ted Lasso season 2 release date: July 23
Ted Lasso season 2 will launch on July 23, 2021. Season 2’s first two episodes will launch on that date, with new installments released every Friday after that date.
However, some Apple TV Plus subscribers may finally have to pay for the privilege of watching content on the streamer. According to The verge, early adopters of Apple TV Plus have been able to watch all of its content for nothing due to the streaming service’s one-year free trial offering.
Per Variety, 62% of all Apple TV Plus subscribers are currently making use of the streamer’s free 12-month promotional offer, which users can get from buying Apple hardware devices, including Apple Macs, iPods, and iPhones.
Ted Lasso season 2 trailer: check out the new footage
Ahead of season 2’s arrival, Apple released a new official trailer for everyone’s favorite US soccer coach.
It’s only 75 seconds long, but the latest video is packed with the show’s trademark humor and heart – and there’s even a hilarious scene where Ted showcases his angry side to his players once more.
Many of Ted Lasso’s season 1 cast is returning for season 2:
- Jason Sudeikis as Ted Lasso
- Hannah Waddingham as Rebecca Welton
- Jeremy Swift as Leslie Higgins
- Phil Dunster as Jamie Tartt
- Brett Goldstein as Roy Kent
- Brendan Hunt as Coach Beard
- Nick Mohammed as Nathan “Nate” Shelley
- Juno Temple as Keely Jones
- Toheeb Jimoh and Sam Obisanya
- Cristo Fernandez as Dani Rojas
- James Lance as Trent Crimm
- Kola Bokinni as Isaac, Richmond’s vice-captain
- Annette Badland as Mae, the pub landlord
There’s no Ted Lasso without the man himself, who Sudeikis plays in the show. Lasso was pictured next to Coach Beard and Nate the Great in Apple’s season 2 production announcement, so they’re all back for the series’ next installment.
Jamie Tartt may have returned to Manchester City, but the door has certainly been left open for the star to rescue Richmond from their Championship perils. The legendarily grumpy Roy Kent whose career is up in the air due to a knee injury suffered against Manchester City, but he’ll be returning, too.